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Computergesteuerte Narkose — mehr Sicherheit oder erhöhtes Risiko?

  • W. Heinrichs
Conference paper
Part of the Klinische Anästhesiologie und Intensivtherapie book series (KAI, volume 42)

Zusammenfassung

Die traditionelle Form der Durchf#x00FC;hrung einer Anästhesie besteht in der Aufnahme von Symptomen,Vitalparametern und weiteren Zeichen durch den Anästhesisten, der Applikation und Dosierung der f#x00FC;r die Anästhesie erforderlichen Pharmaka und der sich anschließenden Beobachtung des Anästhesieverlaufs. Diese Form stellt im Prinzip einen geschlossenen Regelkreis dar, wobei die „zentrale Intelligenz“ in Form des Anästhesisten von entscheidender Bedeutung ist.

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